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How To Insert A Nose Screw
Inserting a nose screw can be daunting if it is your first time doing so. But rest assured, once you have done it a few times it will become easier to change your nose screw!
To start, make sure you clean the piercing area with some type of disinfectant. (You can purchase these online or at a local piercing shop.) You could also use saline solution as well when changing or cleaning your nose screw, which is usually available even at your local grocery store!
After the area is cleaned, insert your thumb inside your nose and push against the hole. This should allow the hole to open up slightly wider making the nose screw a bit easier to insert. You will then want to insert the nose screw from the outside of the nose, and turn the nose screw clockwise. Once you feel the nose screw against your thumb, you can move your thumb away. Make sure before continuing to turn the nose screw is all the way through or else it will be be painful. once you are at this step, you are almost there.
You will then want to keep turning the nose screw until it is all the way in place! There may be some redness around the nose screw which is completely normal and will subside after a few minutes. It may even be tender for a few days. Make sure if any of these feelings continue you seek professional help. :)